TRAIN THE TRAINER 1 GFA FIRST AID COURSE / Train the Trainer 04-2015.

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  • TRAIN THE TRAINER 1 GFA FIRST AID COURSE / Train the Trainer 04-2015
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  • Global First Aid Aims to educate ordinary people in life-saving skills key to their survival to encourage those to teach others with our support, to develop sustained training programs for those most vulnerable & in need throughout the world 2
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  • Teaching First Aid Here are some teaching tips to help you pass the first aid knowledge you have learned to others. We suggest you teach no more than 12 students at one time. 3
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  • Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Abraham Maslow an American psychologist famously wrote a paper in 1943 on the "Theory of Human Motivation". He stressed the importance of focusing on the positive qualities in people. We can use this theory while teaching which will help us create confident first aiders 4
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  • Human Needs 5 Morality, spontaneity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, creativity, acceptance of facts Self-esteem, confidence, achievement, respect of others, respect by others Security of: body, employment, resources, morality, the family, health, property Breathing, food, water, sex, sleep, homeostasis, excretion Self actualisation Esteem Love/ Belonging SafetyPsychological
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  • Human Needs SELF ACTUALISATION We use language that promotes self respect, status, recognition & high self esteem for our students. We create a moral code through our aim to teach life saving skills to others. ESTEEM Confidence, respect. We act professionally & respect our students & other organisations. We aim to build confidence in our students LOVE/BELONGING/SOCIAL NEEDS We include ALL students of all abilities, asking those in the class who have the most experience to help those who may need more help. We make sure ALL students have hands on practice. 6
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  • Human Needs SAFETY NEEDS We decide where the students will meet in the event of an emergency, taking our registration form so we can find out who is missing. PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS At the start of our courses we inform students when they can have a break to be able to eat & drink. You may wish to ask students to bring food & water to the course. 7
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  • Importance of Language Motivation Use motivating language such as you CAN do this. Give praise to encourage students such as that was VERY good. If you did it faster next time that would be excellent. 8
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  • Impression Appearance A clean & smart appearance gives the impression of a professional instructor. Attitude Appear confident & knowledgeable. Know your subject. DIVERSE Include ALL students equally 9
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  • Practical Teaching 10 10% 50% 90%
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  • Practical Teaching Aim for your students to get as much hands on practice of first aid 11
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  • Practical Session 12 In a group of 12 Choose x4 students as casualty's with an arm wound. Choose 4 students as first aiders who will treat the casualty at the same time. Watch each one and give feedback that every student can hear and see. Choose 4 students as bystanders. Ask the bystanders what the casualtys did that was good & what could be improved. Keep rotating so all first aiders get to treat a wound. =
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  • Problem Solving 13 Saying something wrong If you say something wrong, acknowledge it, they may write it down. Questions you havent taught If they ask a question about something you have not taught them yet Tell them they are going to learn that in the next part of the lesson. This helps you keep to the correct order. Dont know the answer If you dont know the answer to a question say thats a good point, I will find out & get back to you. Dont make something up. You will loose your credibility & they wont believe anything else you say. Forgetting If you forget what to say repeat your last sentence. Be honest, What was I saying?. Give them something to do or take a break.
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  • Problem Solving 14 One student answering all the questions If one person keeps answering all the questions, put your hand up & out to them & look at someone else. Talking students If someone is talking, stop, look at them, then carry on as normal Use names i.e. John what would you do if? The next person will sit up & wait for their name to be called. Dont address someone individually (by their name) if they are not keeping up. Let people know you dont miss a thing e.g. I saw how well you did that bandage. Fill in spare time with: Personal stories I remember when.. Get candidates to do a scenario/roll play
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  • Making a Good impression 15 OPENING SESSION o Leave the room once you have finished your preparation. o Enter the room with confidence. Smile early it relaxes everyone. o Dont start speaking until youre ready. Pause for a moment & allow the group to focus on you. Step forward when you are ready o Look at the audience to establish eye contact. o Dont rush the first part. o Have your first few sentences of chat or simply start & the rest will follow. o Control hands, take a deep breath, relax, smile
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  • Making a Good impression 16 HARNESSING YOUR ENERGY o Regulate your breathing o Take 1 or 2 minutes to get settled & sort things out before you begin to talk o Relax your face & neck muscles o Use eye contact o Control your hands o Start on time
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  • Global First Aid Teaching Philosophy 17 DYSLEXIC FRIENDLY We dont use italics, we keep sentences short & use images CONTINUOUS EVALUATION Of student & teacher ADDRESS BARRIERS TO LEARNING Answers to common fears HEALTH & SAFETY Student welfare & inclusion of emergency plan DIVERSE Visual presentations, alternative learning & ethnic representation ACCELLERATED LEARNING Use of simple, positive, motivational & repetitive, non medical language, to accelerated learning & aid memory
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  • The Beginning INTRODUCTION 1.Ask your students to complete the REGISTRATION FORM 2.Read the Personal Plea & Introduce yourself telling your students your name & your experience of first aid. 3.Tell them where to meet in the event of an Emergency & that you will use the registration form to register who is missing. 4.Tell them the start, finish & break times of your course. & where the location of Toilets are 5.Tell students it is a physical course & anyone who has injuries may decide not to do the practical tasks 18
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  • The End COURSE FINISH 1.Quiz students on what they have learned 2.Students to complete EVALUATION FORM 3.Give out handouts/certificates if possible. Or tell students they can download them from www.globalfirstaid.orgwww.globalfirstaid.org 4.Email or post REGISTRATION & EVALUATION form to info@globalfirstaid.org info@globalfirstaid.org GLOBAL FIRST AID 40 Poynders Hill, Leverstock Green. Hemel Hempstead, Herts, HP2 4PH UK e: info@globalfirstaid.org Skype: karen.winter4 w: www.globalfirstaid.orginfo@globalfirstaid.orgwww.globalfirstaid.org 19